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Author Bourdieu, Pierre, 1930-2002, author

Title Acts of resistance : against the tyranny of the market / Pierre Bourdieu ; translated from the French by Richard Nice
Published New York : New Press, [1998]
New York : New Press, c1998


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Description ix, 108 pages ; 21 cm
Contents The Left Hand and the Right Hand of the State -- Sollers tel quel -- The Status of Foreigners: a Shibboleth -- Abuse of Power by the Advocates of Reason -- The Train Driver's Remark -- Against the Destruction of a Civilization -- The Myth of 'Globalization' and the European Welfare State -- The Thoughts of Chairman Tietmeyer -- Social Scientists, Economic Science and the Social Movement -- For a New Internationalism -- Return to Television -- The Government Finds the People Irresponsible -- Job Insecurity is Everywhere Now -- The Protest Movement of the Unemployed, a Social Miracle -- The Negative Intellectual -- Neo-liberalism, the Utopia (Becoming a Reality) of Unlimited Exploitation
Summary "In his most explicitly political work to date, Pierre Bourdieu, speaks out against the dismantling of public welfare in the name of private enterprise and global competitiveness."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis Political parties & ideologies
Notes Translation of Contre-feux : propos pour servir ̀a la r*esistance contre l'invasion neo-liberals
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [106]-108)
Subject Free enterprise -- Social aspects.
International economic relations.
Public welfare.
State, The.
World politics -- 1989-
France -- Politics and government -- 1981-1995.
France -- Politics and government -- 1995-
France -- Politics and government -- 1995-2007.
France -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
France -- Politics and government.
France -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
France -- Social conditions.
Author Nice, Richard.
LC no. 00002206
ISBN 1565845234